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Subspecies howellii is most common in the western half of the range of Antennaria howellii. Based on morphology, this group of apomicts is closely related to A. racemosa of the northern Rockies (R. J. Bayer 1985) and, perhaps, to A. marginata of the southern Rockies.
 
Subspecies howellii is most common in the western half of the range of Antennaria howellii. Based on morphology, this group of apomicts is closely related to A. racemosa of the northern Rockies (R. J. Bayer 1985) and, perhaps, to A. marginata of the southern Rockies.

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Subspecies howellii is most common in the western half of the range of Antennaria howellii. Based on morphology, this group of apomicts is closely related to A. racemosa of the northern Rockies (R. J. Bayer 1985) and, perhaps, to A. marginata of the southern Rockies.